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Business@American MBA and MSaN students meet on campus for the first time.
New research by Professor Anna Amirkhanyan indicates that fair, competent government regulation leads to better nursing homes.
The American University Alumni Board is disappointed and disheartened by the recent events on campus.
Kay Spiritual Life Center welcomes a new chaplain, offers monthly interfaith services and unveils a meditative labyrinth.
How can American University be a place of both boundless intellectual adventure and basic emotional security for everyone?
NCURA videos are another sign AU is increasingly recognized as an institution on the move in research excellence.
With the presidential election just weeks away, Donald J. Trump is predicted to win, according to American University Professor Allan Lichtman.
Russian embassy staff and AU’s Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History welcomed students, professors, and Russia studies specialists to the Embassy of the Russian Federation on Thursday, September 15, for the US premiere of Battalion
Sam Schofield, FTMBA '17, was no stranger to business, but working on Cybersecurity issues and global consulting is a new ballgame.
Members of Kogod's Financial Management Association (FMA) traveled to New York City to meet with American University alumni and explore the field of finance.
AU SOC alumni continue to expand their presence in the field of environmental filmmaking.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren speaks to AU students about the economy and the middle class.
WAMU Reporter Keeps Government Honest: Patrick Madden Uncovers DC Injustice
As the landmark Smithsonian museum opens, there’s a few AU connections to celebrate.
Public Communication Graduate Liz Payne Links Policy to Real Life
On American University’s Model United Nations team, students develop the know-how to win on the circuit and in the classroom.
MFA student Shayla Racquel explores race, gender and the human connection.